Institute of Geology AS CR, v. v. i.

Medium-sized research center which main purpose is to gain, interpret and integrate the knowledge of the Earth System.

RNDr. Stanislav Čermák, Ph.D.

Position: 
scientist

Phone: 
+420 233 087 243
E-mail: 
cermaksatgli [dot] cas [dot] cz

Address: 
Rozvojová 135/1, 165 00 Praha-Lysolaje, Czech Republic
Room number: 
Suchdol 240
Specialization: 
paleontology of mammals

Paleontology of small mammals; phylogeny, morphology and paleoecology of Lagomorpha; paleoecology, paleobiogeography and biostratigraphy of the Neogene; teeth and bone microstructures of the Neogene small mammals (applied to systematics and paleoecology); shaping of small mammal faunas in the Neogene of Europe.

Publications

● Rekovets, L., Čermák, S., Kovalchuk, O., Prisyazhniuk, V. & Nowakowski, D. (2014): Vertebrates from the Middle Pleistocene locality Lysa Gora 1 in Ukraine. Quaternary International. 326-327: 481-491. (WoS, Scopus)

● Flynn, L.J., Winkler, A.J., Erbaeva, M., Alexeeva, N., Anders, U., Angelone, C., Čermák, S., Fladerer, F.A., Kraatz, B., Ruedas, L.A., Ruf, I., Tomida, Y., Veitschegger, V. & Zhang, Z. (In press): The Leporid Datum: A Late Miocene Biotic Marker. Mammal Review. (WoS, Scopus)

Čermák S. & Tásler R. (2013): Medvědí jeskyně ve východních Krkonoších (Česká Republika), předběžná zpráva [Bear Cave in the Eastern Krkonoše Mts (Czech Republic), a Preliminary report]. Opera Corcontica. 50: 227-233.

● Čermák S. & Wagner J. (2013): The Pliocene record of Trischizolagus and Pliopentalagus (Leporidae, Lagomorpha, Mammalia) in Central Europe with comments on taxonomy and evolutionary history of Leporinae. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Palaontologie  – Abhandlungen. 268:97-111 (WoS, Scopus)

● Čermák S. & Angelone C. (2013): Revision of the type material of the Pliocene species Prolagus bilobus Heller, 1936 (Mammalia, Lagomorpha), with comments on the taxonomic validity of P. osmolskae Fostowicz-Frelik, 2010. Bulletin of Geosciences 88(1): 45-50. (WoS, Scopus)

Wagner J. & Čermák S. (2012): Revision of the early Middle Pleistocene bears (Ursidae, Mammalia) of Central Europe, with special respect to possible co-occurrence of spelaeoid and arctoid lineages. Bulletin of Geosciences 87(3): 461-496. (WoS, Scopus)

Wagner J., Čermák S. & Horáček I. (2012): The presence of Ursus ex gr. minimus-thibetanus in the Late Villányian and its position among the Pliocene and Pleistocene black bears in Europe. Quaternaire, Hors-série 2011 (4): 39-58. (Scopus)

● Čermák S. & Rekovets L. I. (2010): Early Pliocene ochotonids (Mammalia, Lagomorpha) of Southern Ukraine. Geodiversitas. 32 (1): 107-120. (WoS, Scopus)

● Čermák S., Wagner J., Morávek R., Fejfar O. & Horáček I. (2010): Pliocenní fauna obratlovců z krasových výplní vápencového lomu ve Vitošově na severní Moravě [Pliocene vertebrate fauna from karst fissures in Vitošov, northern Moravia (the Czech Republic)]. Zprávy Vlastivědného muzea v Olomouci. 299: 20-36.

● Čermák S. (2010): The Late Miocene and Pliocene Ochotoninae (Lagomorpha, Mammalia) of Europe – the present state of knowledge. – In: D. Nowakowski (Ed.): Morphology and systematics of fossil vertebrates: 9-28. DN Publisher. Wrocław. (ISBN 987-83-928020-1-3)

● Čermák S. (2009): The Plio-Pleistocene record of Hypolagus (Lagomorpha, Leporidae) from the Czech and Slovak Republics with comments on systematics and classification of the genus. Bulletin of Geosciences, 84 (3): 497-524. (WoS, Scopus)

● Čermák S. (2007): New finds of Ochotonoma csarnotana (Lagomorpha, Ochotonidae) from the Pliocene of Hungary: a new look on the species. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Palaontologie – Abhandlungen, 246: 247-256. (WoS, Scopus)

● Čermák S., Wagner J., Fejfar O. & Horáček I. (2007): New Pliocene localities with micromammals from the Czech Republic: a preliminary report. Fossil Record 10(1): 60-68.

Sabol M., Fejfar O., Horáček I. & Čermák S. (2007): The Early Miocene micromammalian assemblage from Mokrá – 1/2001 Turtle Joint site (Moravia, Czech Republic) – preliminary results. Scripta Facultatis Scientiarum Naturalium Universitatis Masarykianae Brunensis, Geology 36: 57-64.

● Čermák, S., Obuch, J. & Benda, P. (2006): Notes on the genus Ochotona in the Middle East (Lagomorpha: Ochotonidae). Lynx (Praha), n. s., 37: 51-66.

● Čermák S. (2004): A New ochotonid (Lagomorpha) from the Early Pleistocene of Slovakia. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paleontologie – Monatshefte. 2004: 662-680. (WoS, Scopus)

Selected conference contributions

● Mihevc, A., Horáček, I., Pruner, P., Zupan Hajna, N., Čermák, S., Wagner, J., & Bosák, P. (2013): Miocene – Pliocene age of cave Snežna jama na Raduhi, Southern Alps, Slovenia. – 16th International Congress of Speleology. Proceedings 3: 379-383

● Čermák S, Fladerer F.A., Maul L.A. & Angelone C. (2012): The Evolutionary History of European Hypolagus (Archaeolaginae, Leporidae): State of the Art. – 4th World Lagomorph Conference. Proceedings: 35. Vienna (Austria).

● Čermák S, Angelone C. & Rekovets L.I. (2012): The Late Miocene-Pliocene Prolagus of Central and Eastern Europe. – 4th World Lagomorph Conference. Proceedings: 36. Vienna (Austria).

Mihevc A., Horáček I., Pruner P., Zupan Hajna N., Čermák S., Wagner J. &  Bosák P. (2010): Mio-pliocenska starost jamskih aluvialnih sedimentov v Snežni jami na Raduhi. – 3. slovenski geološki kongres, Bovec. Abstracts and field trips: 34. Ljubljana (Slovenia).

Wagner J., Čermák S., Horáček I., Fejfar O. & Mihevc, A. (2009): New mammalian fossil records refining a view on Early/Late Pliocene faunal turnover in Central Europe. – 69th Annual Meeting of SVP. Volume of Abstracts: 197. Bristol (UK).

Wagner J., Čermák S., Fejfar, O. & Horáček, I. (2009): Biharian micromammalian faunal assemblages in Koněprusy caves (Czech Republic): review and new data. – 15th International Cave Bear Symposium. Volume of Abstracts: 47. Spišská Nová Ves (Slovakia).

● Čermák S., Wagner J., Fejfar O. & Horáček I. (2008): Updated record of the Pliocene mammalian assemblanges from the Czech and Slovak Republic. – 6th Meeting of European Association of Vertebrate Palaeontologists, Volume of Abstracts: 99. Spišská Nová Ves (Slovakia).

● Čermák S. (2004): Variation in tooth morphology and taxonomy of the Upper Pliocene and Quaternary ochotonids from the Czech Republic and Slovakia. – 2nd World Lagomorph Conference, Book of Abstracts: 103.Vairão (Portugal).